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DAYTONA BEACH { ! i, ! i CL A S S IFIE D I TRUCK DRIVERS! DRIVE WITH PRIDE! Excellent equip- ment and benefits. Apply in person: PeeLE TRUCK LINE, 5707 Fannett, Beaumont, TX or Airport Road, Wiggins, MS. EOE. swN28 FOR SALE: 1981 Franklin 170 Power-Shift Grapple Skidder, new 28x26 tires, excellent condi- tion. $18,000.00 Call 318-744- 5305, nights. swN28 FLASHING ARROW SIGNS 50% OFF!! $279 complete. Lighted, non-arrow $259. Un- lighted $209. Free letters! See locally. Also GIANT INFLATABLE, LED moving message sale! (800) 423-0163, (800) 626-7446. swN28 YEAR END CLEARANCE - We build trailers Goosenecks a specialty. 5 x 8 tilt $395, 16 ft. tandem $595., (treated floors) Dealers Welcome. Mondello Tractor Co. (318) 932-5620. swN28 FLASHING OR NON:FLASH- ING ARROW SIGNS, $329 delivered, satisfaction guaran- teed or money back. 266 letters, warranty, free brochure, Wayne Industries, member Better Busi- ness Bureau, 1-800-225-3148. swN28 FOR RENT Large three-bedroom brick house, two full baths, large living room, dining room, and den. Central air and heat, partly fur- nished. Surrounded by large fenced yard, and comes with above-ground pool. Country living, but close to shopping center and all conveniences. Lo- cated on dead-end street in quiet neighborhood. Ideal for raising children. For more information call Vera at 386-4400. pN28 f Only $99 puts your 25-word classified ad in a network of Louisiana newspapers delivering an estimated 750,000 readers. Call today for details. The Ponchatoula Times 167 East Pine (504) 386-2877 EASY ASSEMBLY WORK! $600.00 per 100. Guaranteed Payment. No Experience/No Sales. Details send self-addressed stamped envelope: ELAN VITAL -5771 3418 Enterprise Rd., Ft. Pierce, FL 33482. pN28-D12 New 3 Bedroom home less than $150 per me. Rex or Becky no dealers please 1-504-665-2663 pN7-28 FOR SALE Brass Bed King-Size Complete With Extra Firm Orthopedic Mattress Set Never Used Still In Box Cost Over $1,200 Sell for $385 Cash Call 241-6431 bN21-D5 The Strawberry Festival board will accept bids on the fol- lowing items until Dec. 4, 1985: Booklets, Soft drinks & electrical. Bids can be mailed to P.O. Box 446 or delivered, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Ponchatoula Community Center. bN28 Jail FROM PAGE ONE "Police officers will not be abused, outstanding warrants and fines will be paid, with the threat of arrest," Pepitone said, adding that 90 percent of the problems will be solved with a new jail. 230000o. 5 Nights Deluxe Oceanview Room for two persons 8 Daysl7 Nights from $308. Packages available thru 416/86 excluding holidays On@ special events. Advance reserva- tlon$ reclulfeO "Plus 8% FIO|O Stole lax. Choose from FOUR sensa- tional oceanfront hotels. Each hotel is a full service resort with swimming pools, restaurants, and cocktail lounges. Golf and tennis privileges available nearby. Holiday Inn Surfslde Hollday Inn Boardwalk Holiday Inn Oceanslde Castaway Beach Resort llmm m mmlqm mmm m munmmmmmlla n Write today, for your FREE vacation l:Wannlng packet. I aName n n Address ! START YOUR VACATION NOWI I I o, FOR RESERVATIONS CALL , .,, Slate Zip 800-874-7426: .,, (in Florida 800-545-3030) : Mllm Daytona Beach FL 32018 : III I ====================== Notice To Bidders The Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office is seeking sealed bids to sell to the public a lot of vehicles, said vehicles in ownership of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office and deemed surplus by this agency. Bids will be received until 10 a.m. Monday Dec. 2, 1985, when they will be opened at the Hammond Substation, 2610 U.S. Highway 51 By- Pass. Bids must be sealed and designated "Bid for Dec. 2 vehicle sale" and,delivered to the substation, Amite Courthouse Sheriff's Office or mailed in accordance with law to: TPSO, P,O. Box 727, Amite, La. 70422 "Dec. 2 bid". Bids are sought on the ,following vehicles with terms cash or certified check at time of bid acceptance: --One 1979 Chevrolet Malibu, tan, 109,671 miles, VIN 1T19H9R479749. ---One 1979 white Chevrolet Malibu, white, 93,320 miles, VIN 1T19J9K590885. ---One 1974 Dodge pickup truck, white, one-half ton 100,788 miles, V1N D24BE45188897. ---One 1976 Ford Econoline van, dark blue, 114,548 miles, VIN EO4HHAO4440. ---One 1976 Dodge, B-300 van, dark blue, 125,318 miles, VIN B35BE4X138955. ---One Oldsmobile Cutlass 1981, 75,406 miles, VIN 2G3AG69A7B2489514, black. ---One Oldsmobile Cutless, 1981, 81,524 miles, VIN IG3A869A6BM 508614, navy blue. ---One 1979 Ford Fairmont, white, 93,884 miles, VIN 9X92F272936. ---One 1979 Ford Granada, white, 102,868 miles, VIN 9W82F221671F. All vehicles are to be sold "As is where is" and can be inspected at Sheriff's Maintenance Shop on Range Road, Ponchatoula by contacting maintenance supervisor, Deputy Steve Gureasko at 386- 4013 during regular office hours of 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Sheriff reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ---Authority Sheriff J. Edward Layrisson bN14-28 SUBSCRIBE TODAY Good Reading 52 weeks for only $11.00 Enjoy WeeJdy News from SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY $5.50 THE PONCHA TOULA TIMES llmmmmnnimnmnmmmmmmmnmmmmnmm I NAME i CITY __ STATE ZIP 1 Returnwithpaymentt: THEPONcHATOULATI'MESIp. O. Box 743 m o, just call 386-2877 Ponchatoula, Lo. 70454 m THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, NOVEMBER 28, 1985, SEC. A. PAGE TWO D.A. says he didn't get cha00ges, victim says he,didn't get jusi:i :e Staff Report Lillian Ordoyne said they were either forwarded to Kemp's office or "included District Attorney Duncan Kemp said, in the attempted homicide charge we that his office never received a DWl brought against him (Burton)" which charge against Walter Burton of Poncha- toula, who ran over and crippled Mike Sterling of Ponchatoula in Sterling's own carport. Ponchatoula Police reports had indicated such a charge had been lodged against Burton, and Asst. Chief was sent to Kemp's office. Last week's follow-up report on a sheriffs program to compensate innocent victims of crime stated that Sterling was able to save his house as a result of the program, since he encount- Christmas Parade entries sought We ask that you complete the 990. Ponchatoula. La. 70454 or delive[ application below and mail it in or to: Charlie and Steve Pugh's Florist deliver it before the Dec. 1 deadline. Hwy 51 N. Ponchatou!a. Mail to: Christmas Parade - PO. Box APPLICATION FORM NAME OF GROUP PERSON RESPONSIBLE ADDRESS PHONE TYPE OF ENTRY (FLOAT, CAR, DANCE TEAM, ETC.) NUMBER IN GROUP ered financial troupes a-er-losing right leg and the loss of his left leg whel he was struck on his own property Button's car. The report also mentioned tha Kemp's office has never prosecute Burton on the alleged DWI charge file against him by the Ponchatoula P.D. Kemp said Monday he received no such charge. He acknowledgeo receiving the attempted murder charg but says he decided to prosecute Burto on a lesser charge of aggravate battery, which Kemp said was tl "proper charge." Kemp's office then refused to prose" cute Burton on the aggravated batterY charge because Kemp said the victir, Sterling, told D.A. Louis Sherman that he thought the tragic incident when he was run over by Burton was, according to Kemp, "accidental. not intentional." He said Sterling spoke to Sherman November 9, 1984. The Sterlings tell a different story. "They (the prosecutors) handled it the way they wanted to. We are disgusted. This was no accident. MY husband did not tell Lou Sherman what Sherman says he told him and if rnY husband was not bedridden now and on medication he would say so himself. Fie has told me many times he wishes it waS just an accident," said Mrs. Sterling, who added: "My husband is a paraplegic an,! cannot be left alone. The man that clid l is out there driving around.'" Mill = Nature's Remedy la 6gl. OIiff RFJJ OF CONSIIATION Next time you need a l&xaliv, get reset IlNI NIluro's Remedy way Gently m i I  acle ingre0nts are so NATINtE' dN:ww:lbl you can take NatJre's | IOW fan,hi and feel better I FO OlTIJl CHILD-SIZE RELIEF THE DORCOU PEDIATRIC FORMULAS c 9500RSIE v LABORAT((ES D)V*SK)W CW: S.NOOZ k'NW EX-LAX; =The Family Friend00' helps your body help itself. Ex-Lax helps get your body's own natural rhythm going again. Gently Dependably. Overnight. 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